From 27-29 May, Ministers from over 25 countries will gather in Vancouver to accelerate progress towards a clean energy future. IRENA will be present, widely engaging in high-level meetings and side-events.
Growing cities need power, heat and water in rapidly rising quantities. Argentina’s third largest city, Rosario, with a population approaching a million, is encouraging widespread use of solar water heaters as a way to help meet its energy...
Low and medium temperature geothermal resources can serve as a sustainable and effective energy source for food production and drying.
Digital story: Electricity from renewables must underpin our future energy system. Renewable energy can immediately and significantly reduce global carbon emissions.
IRENA staff bid farewell to outgoing Director-General as he prepares to officially leave office on April 3, following eight years heading the Agency.
IRENA's summer trainee programme provides undergraduate students with an opportunity to learn from experts and gain practical experience.
Africa Climate Week brings together international, regional and national stakeholders to discuss climate change and actions and to strengthen stakeholders’ engagements in key sectors including energy, agriculture and human settlement.
The Republic of Moldova may be one of Europe’s smaller economies but the country is big on renewable energy potential. According to an International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) report in 2017, the cost-competitive potential for solar...
World leaders currently meeting at the World Government Summit in Dubai called for greater ambition and action to fight climate change.
Global Council on SDG7 announced a number of new initiatives aimed at shifting SDG implementation into high gear through renewable energy.